Tuesday, November 17th
11:30 am – 1:00 pm ET
A central tenet of Buddhist thought is that in life "everything is forever changing." Cultivating wisdom within our spiritual journey of aging calls us forward to appreciate how the transformation can bring new possibilities, fresh beginnings, a zest for life and profound gratitude for every breath we take. 
LEWIS RICHMOND has been a meditation teacher, musician, and software entrepreneur. He is the author of four previous books, including the national best-seller, Work as a Spiritual PracticeA Practical Buddhist Approach to Inner Growth and Satisfaction on the Job and the more recent award-winning Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative Guide to Growing Older and Wiser. In addition to these books, Richmond’s essays have appeared in such magazines as Tricycle, The Buddhadharma, Turning Wheel, and Shambhala Sun. While in retirement, he remains a musician and composer, and an editor and mentor to other authors. To connect with Lewis Richmond, go to  
Lewis Richmond's latest release
Available November 3rd with a special discount for sages.
Every Breath, New Chances
How to Age with Honor and Dignity

“In my new book on aging for men--EVERY BREATH, NEW CHANCES: HOW TO AGE WITH HONOR AND DIGNITY--A GUIDE FOR MEN--I stress the importance of developing intuition as a way to connect with the deeper, often unconscious, impact aging has on us.  
To learn more about this webinar and about Lewis Richmond's new publication along with the special discount, and/or to register please click on the RSVP & more button below.
Date: Tuesday, November 17th
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm ET

Fees on Sliding Scale:
$40 webinar and scholarship donation
$35 webinar
$25 reduced tuition
(economic hardship)

Program information or to request one of a limited number of scholarships: contact Education Coordinator Rosemary Cox,

Each individual participates through a separate webcam-equipped digital device with internet capability (computer, tablet, smartphone) and mic and video cam capability, on a PC, MAC, or Linux platform. A second registrant at the same email address can register as a “guest,” and pay the fee, but must have a separate digital device.